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Barrington girls arrested for choking, taunting, slapping, ‘kidnapping’ another girl

Barrington girls arrested for choking, taunting, slapping, ‘kidnapping’ another girl

Two 12-year-old Barrington girls allegedly lured another girl into an unsupervised home, before taunting her, choking her, slapping her, striking her with a wooden brush and forcing her to strip off her clothes. The two alleged assailants were arraigned in Rhode Island Family Court on Monday morning, April 13, on a series of charges including

Winners of the 2015 URI Calc-Bowl Math Competition (from left to right) coach Robert Marley, and students Kieran Mc Gartoll, Adam Kelly, Matthew Lamontagne, Teddy Ni, William Yao.
Photo by Michael Salerno Photography

Barrington unmatched in annual Calculus Bowl

A team of Barrington High School students won the ninth annual Calculus Bowl at URI last week. The group of Teddy Ni, Matthew Lamontagne, Adam Kelly, Kieran Mc Gartoll and William Yao proved themselves better than 15 other teams of high school and college undergraduate students while answering pre-calculus and calculus questions in a game

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Cowboy & Lady at Local Brew Coffeehouse

Come to the “Spring Fling” Local Brew Coffeehouse on Saturday, April 11 to hear Cowboy & Lady (featuring Jess Powers & Tyler-James Kelly), Katherine Quinn with Special Guest Gary Deslaurier, Johnstone and Walcoff, and Liz Boehmke. Don’t miss this chance to support local music and to hear so much local talent under one roof! Coffee and homemade pastries will be for sale.

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Cooking with Claudine

Two very special events in April will feature talented chef and cookbook author Claudine Pépin. First, Pépin will be at Barrington Books, 184 County Road, Barrington, for a book signing event on Saturday, April 11 at 1 p.m., for her new cookbook, “Kids Cook French!” Then on Wednesday, April 22, Pépin will be on hand

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Barrington police: My phone is where?

According to police, a local man stopped into a Barrington dry cleaners office on Friday, April 3 at 12:30 p.m. after he lost his cell phone. The man believed he had left the phone at the local business, but workers there said they did not have it. The man was later able to “ping” the phone,

Barrington's Julian Tien returns a shot against his Cumberland opponent.

Barrington tennis team wins first two matches

The Barrington High School boys’ tennis team opened the season with two victories, knocking off Hendricken 4-3 on Thursday, April 2, and Cumberland 7-0 on Monday. But there’s not much time to celebrate the victories as the Eagles are set to play East Greenwich on Wednesday and defending state champions South Kingstown on Thursday. First-year

Sangeeth Jetty bumps the ball to a teammate during Barrington's match against East Providence.

Barrington H.S. Sports Roundup — volleyball loses to E.P.

Barrington is 0-3 this season, after losing two matches last week. The Eagles dropped a 3-0 decision to East Providence on Thursday, April 2 (25-11, 25-12, 25-5), and lost in straight games to Coventry (25-7, 25-9, 25-10). Boys lacrosse Barrington’s record dipped to 1-1 after a 16-7 loss to LaSalle on Monday night. The Eagles

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